In this multi-part series we will delve deeper into the art and science of acupoint selection and how evidence-based protocols can still form a functional part of the ‘best practice’ of a Kinesiologist through a ‘healing partnership’ that includes the art of healing (insight driven) and the science of medicine (evidence driven).
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